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i was looking at my casings an i noticed that there seems to be some greeny blue on the mycelium in some parts, so me and a friend decided to rip it in half to see if there was anything on the inside and there wasn't..is this just bluing or is it that start of something nasty? this all hap pend around 3 days ago an the green hasn't gone anywhere so I'm thinking its just bruising etc. if anyone could confirm this it would be a great help so i don't destroy more casings in the future
bluing means its drying out, if you hydrate it usually it goes away, if youve ever done a cake then youd know that after flushes the cake turns blue until you dunk it, sometimes it doesnt go away but usually it does. make sure your casing has enough moisture and the edges arent pulling away from the side, put moist verm. in the cracks if it is.
The same thing seems to be happening to me. Some of the mycellium appears gray/blue and the casing is pulling away from the sides of the container. Some of the fruits are bruising, one is even split open and very stringy -looking inside. Is there anything I can do besides picking all of the fruits and dunking it?